WADE BOGGS - UNIFORM (GAME USED) - HFSID 277707
WADE BOGGS This double signed Red Sox uniform was worn by Hall of Famer Boggs during the 1989 season, during which he led the American League in six statistics, including runs and times on base. It was also the last time he batted
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WADE BOGGS This double signed Red Sox uniform was worn by Hall of Famer Boggs during the 1989 season, during which he led the American League in six statistics, including runs and times on base. It was also the last time he batted over 200 hits in one season, ending a record-setting seven-year streak! Game Uniform Double Signed: "Wade Boggs" in blue ink on left leg of pants and "Wade Boggs" left side of jersey. Also with "FRIEDMAN" written inside waistband of pants in unknown hand, the uniform was resused by Jason Friedman while on the A Club team. Wilson size 42 button down jersey and size 33 pants with zippered fly and two pockets. White fabric with red piping; jersey has red fabric "Red Sox" with dark blue trim on front and, on verso, red fabric "26" with dark blue trim. Both pieces have "Wilson" and "89" tags; pants also have a "26 tag. Hall of Famer Boggs wore this uniform during the 1989 baseball season. 1989 was a good year for Boggs. He was voted to the All-Star team and earned the American League's third-baseman Silver Slugger award. He also led the AL with 113 runs, 51 doubles, 319 times on base and 19 intentional walks, and fellow Hall of Famer Kirby Puckett was the only AL player to earn more hits than him that year. 1989 was also the last season in which Boggs batted over 200 hits, ending a seven-year streak and setting a record matched only by the Seattle Mariners' Ichiro Suzuki in 2007. Boggs, born in Omaha, Nebraska in 1958, played 18 Major League seasons, mostly with the Boston Red Sox, and was voted to the Hall of Fame in 2005. His hitting was phenomenal: five batting titles, 7 consecutive seasons with over 200 hits (the most of any player in the 20th century), a career in which he reached base in 80% of his games and a lifetime .328 batting average. In his final season, he joined the elite 3,000-hit club. Not a natural fielder, Boggs worked hard at 3B and won two Gold Gloves at the hot corner late in his career. He made 12 consecutive All-Star teams (1985-1996). Lightly soiled and stained. Otherwise, fine condition. Accompanied by PSA/DNA LOA.
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